Tagged with “ai” (6)

  1. Jeremy Keith ‘We’ve ruined the Web. Here’s how we fix it.’ - This is HCD - Human Centered Design Podcast - Omny.fm

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    Welcome to World Wide Waste, a podcast about how digital is killing the planet, and what to do about it. In this session, I’m chatting with Jeremy Keith. Jeremy is a philosopher of the internet. Every time I see him speak, I’m struck by his calming presence, his brilliant mind and his deep humanity. Jeremy makes websites with Clearleft.

    His books include DOM Scripting, Bulletproof Ajax, HTML5 for Web Designers, Resilient Web Design, and, most recently, Going Offline. Hailing from Erin’s green shores, Jeremy maintains his link with Irish traditional music, running the community site The Session.

    He also indulges a darker side of his bouzouki playing in the band, Salter Cane.

    You can find out more about Jeremy at adactio.com. 




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  2. Episode 11, Stephen Wolfram – Distributed.blog

    Over the last 28 years, Stephen Wolfram has led his partially-distributed company from his home in Massachusetts. Over that time he’s developed countless productivity tools and collaborative processes that help Wolfram Research create world-changing tech.


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  3. Press this: Organizing For-Profit WordPress Events

    Organizing For-Profit WordPress Events

    Original Air Date: December 19, 2017

    The WordPress community is global and diverse.

    Since its inception in 2003, WordPress now claims 29% of the web across the entire internet.

    WordCamps, now supported by the official WordCamp entity, are non-profit events that strive to evangelize WordPress and educate users, designers, and developers and exist in over 45 countries annually.

    However, WordCamps are not the only events focusing on WordPress held each year.

    For-profit conferences such as LoopConf and Post Status Publish have taken a for-profit approach to education.

    Listen in as we interview lead organizer of LoopConf, Ryan Sullivan, and dig into his reasoning and experiences running one of the biggest private WordPress events in the world.

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  4. Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard On Small-Town Life, Big-Time Music : NPR

    Howard was raised on her father’s junkyard in the small town of Athens, Ala. "It was a really interesting way to grow up," she tells Fresh Air.



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  5. HOA 64: Stephen Cronin - Envato

    +Stephen Cronin who is a Quality Team Lead at Envato ( the company behind Theme Forest and Code Canyon ) will be hanging out with us and answering questions. Have some for Stephen? Send ‘em our way!

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScRJ3mEn4Ig
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  6. Billy Bragg Live in RN’s Sydney Studios - The Live Set

    Billy Bragg is currently on tour in Australia, bringing his trademark passion, humour, and irreverence to concert halls around the country.

    Earlier this week he came into RN’s Sydney studios to play an intimate acoustic live set and have a chat with Alice Keath about his latest album Tooth and Nail.


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